>Marc, cutting off a reporter's question about Kobe.
>"I'm not comfortable talking about it. To this day, I cannot really talk about it."
>Asked about the team breaking huddles with "1-2-3 Mamba," Gasol said Kobe "will always be a part of this team... He was obviously someone that we looked up to. Sorry. Sorry I could not give you a better answer."
Tweet >Zoom interviews go forever, and #Bulls bus was waiting to leave as Zach LaVine was still talking.
>As interview was set to get cut off, LaVine noticed a Greek reporter -- who stays up overnight to work -- still had his Zoom hand raised and told him to ask last question anyway.
Great gesture from Zach
I’m a reporter with Bloomberg Government in Washington, D.C. covering Congress and campaigns. When a pandemic isn’t happening, I’m usually up on Capitol Hill talking to lawmakers and following both the main news of the day as well as wonkier details (I wasn't up there on Wednesday as I was in Georgia, but some of my friends and colleagues were.)
I also appear on Bloomberg TV and radio, making sense of whatever is going on in Washington.
For the past year, I’ve focused mostly on House and Senate campaigns including Georgia’s double headers Senate runoff. I’ve made a few trips to the state and just got back from one.
I’m here to answer your questions on the runoff and what happens next – does Biden’s agenda get through Congress in his first two years? What happens with the cabinet? How will Wednesday's events impact Congress?
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